Lil Kim takes the dancehall route for the remix to her "Nasty One" single. The veteran rapper taps Stefflon Don, Kranium, and HoodCelebrityy for a stepping and intoxicating collaboration with production from iLLWayno. “I always have to keep people guessing. When we decided to do this remix, I wanted it to feel like I was in the club," states Lil' Kim. [Read More]
UK rapper Stefflon Don has released her latest mixtape, 'Secure.' A 16-track project, Secure is her second mixture, released through her 54 London label. Already, Steff has had three feature tracks bouncing around and receiving favor; leading the way for the success of the mixtape. From this project, Steff has released "Lil Bitch (Intro)," "What You Want" (feat. Future), and [Read More]
Known for hosting a good ole dance party with his music, singer-songwriter Ne-Yo doesn't disappoint with his brand new single, "Push Back," featuring Bebe Rexha and Stefflon Don. “Push Back” is the latest release from Ne-Yo’s forthcoming seventh studio album, Good Man. This is the fourth single (after “Earn Your Love,” “Another Love Song” and “Good Man”) from the upcoming LP. While Stefflon adds some dancehall flavor, [Read More]
Halsey may be "Alone," but she definitely gets some good company from rappers Big Sean and Stefflon Don for the remix to her latest single. The original version of the song appears on the Pop singer's sophomore album, hopeless fountain kingdom, and themes around a troubled socialite who never made any real connection with another person. The new remix features a glowing new [Read More]
The UK link up is real! Emerging artist Raye teams with other rising stars Mabel and Stefflon Don for the new single, 'Cigarette.' 'Cigarette' arrives on the heels of three UK Top 15 singles (‘Decline’ by Raye, ‘Finders Keepers’ by Mabel and ‘Hurtin’ Me’ by Stefflon Don). The three ladies are in the group of UK's biggest up and coming female artists. [Read More]
UK singer/rapper Stefflon Don continue to garner new fans and rise up the star ladder. Her latest offering, "Hurtin' Me," spotlights her gritty, grime-based bars and Jamaican patois-tinged vocals.